The National Cold War Exhibition is the first major and permanent exhibition to focus solely on the Cold War story. Revealing tensions that tormented the great super powers as well as the people of the world for a large part of the 20th century. See Britain's three V-bombers: Vulcan, Victor and Valiant and other aircraft suspended in flying attibudes. Audio visual displays and teractive kiosks tell the story in a fund and innovative way. For further information, visit the National Cold War Exhibition website at:
excluding some special events
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Cosford is centrally located with good motorway access from the M6 southbound (Junction 12) via the A5, one mile from junction 3 on the M54 for northbound travellers.
On A41, less than 1 mile from junction 3 on the M54
From the south leave M6 at junction 10a
From the north leave M6 at junction 12 and follow A5 west
Car parking costs - £2.50 for up to 3 hours or £3.50 for up to 8 hours
Cosford is located on the Central Trains Birmingham to Shrewsbury line (via Wolverhampton) then half a mile walk. Please check timetable before visiting.
The 892 bus service from Wolverhampton to Wellington runs along the A41. The nearest stop is the Cosford Garage, approximately a 1 mile walk to the Museum gates.
The Museum is conveniently located along National Cycle Route 81 which runs from Wellington to Albrighton. Cycle racks are situated next to the Museum Visitor Centre.
Clients can also fly into the Cosford site by prior arrangement with Air Traffic Control. Please call us first for details.
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